The rise of cat cafes

Be warned, felines are taking over. And they’ve trained their gaze on cafes
Curated By: Madhu Kapparath, Anjali Thomas
Published: Feb 27, 2015
The rise of cat cafes

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  • The rise of cat cafes
  • The rise of cat cafes
  • The rise of cat cafes
  • The rise of cat cafes
  • The rise of cat cafes
  • The rise of cat cafes
  • The rise of cat cafes
  • The rise of cat cafes
  • The rise of cat cafes
Blame the cat invasion on Japan
The culture of cat cafes has roots in Taiwan and Japan. A traditional Japanese cat cafe selects pure and rare breeds known for their friendly disposition. Rescued animals are usually not a part of the set up and patrons pay an hourly or entry fee to interact with the cats. But according to The Japan Times, rabbit cafes are threatening the dominance of cat cafes